Posts Tagged "Indie Acts of Kindness"

P.O. Bahn & Sons Fights Fire with Service

P.O. Bahn & Sons Fights Fire with Service

P.O. Bahn & Sons has four generations of experience servicing engines in Santa Monica, California. Founded in 1927 to service automobiles, the family-owned engine repair shop transitioned to small engine sales and repairs in the 1970s. As it turns out, that transition has been good for both the business and the community. In 2005, P.O. Bahn & Sons introduced a mobile saw repair unit that it now uses to service…read more →

Mike’s Hardware Puts Cash Mob Monies Toward New Orleans Youth

Mike’s Hardware Puts Cash Mob Monies Toward New Orleans Youth

Four times a year, Independent We Stand honors a worthy small business with a unique opportunity to give back to the community. The quarterly cash mob gives the selected business a $1,000 check to present to a community organization of its choice. This month, PPG Pittsburgh Paints dealer Mike’s Hardware & Supply in New Orleans, Louisiana, has made the donation to a nearby playground, furthering the community revitalization efforts that…read more →

The Red Barn Serves Up Coastal Cuisine & Community Support

The Red Barn Serves Up Coastal Cuisine & Community Support

Once again, a favorite buy local mantra rings true: Small businesses can, indeed, have a big impact. In Augusta, Maine, a local seafood restaurant known as The Red Barn has raised more than $1 million for members of the community – and the fundraising shows no sign of slowing down. The Red Barn is owned by Laura Benedict, who has become known in her community as a source of good…read more →

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